incandescent lamp

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الإنجليزية - التركية
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
a lamp that creates radiant energy when its metallic filament is heated by an electric current
The traditional type of light bulb that produces light through electricity causing a filament to glow It is a very inefficient source of illumination
light bulb: electric lamp consisting of a glass bulb containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated
-A lamp in which light is produced by a filament heated to incandescence by an electric current
Electric lamp in which an electric current heats a filament until it emits light
A lamp in which a filament is heated to incandescence by an electric current, producing visible light
lamp in which light is produced by means of an element heated to the point of incandescence by the passage of an electric current To learn more about this topic click on this link: Lamps / Light Bulbs back to top
(Also known as a Filament Lamp or "Bulb") A lamp in which light is produced by a filament heated to incandescence by the flow of electric current through it The filament is usually of tungsten wire and operates in the range of 4000 degrees fahrenheit Incandescent lamps come in many sizes, wattages and shapes, in clear, frosted or white coated bulbs, and are available in many special types for particular applications such as reflectorized lamps (R or PAR types), or silvered bowl lamps
a lamp with a filament that heats and emits white light when current runs through it
A light source which generates light utilizing a thin filament wire (usually of tungsten) heated to white heat by an electric current passing through it
A lamp that contains a wire filament that produces light when heated by an electric current See Compact fluorescent lamp
An electric lamp in which a filament is heated by an electric current until it emits visible light
A lamp that produces light by directing electrical current through a metallic medium The efficiency of lamps is stated as an efficacy rating (lumens/input wattage) For example, a 100-watt lamp that produces 1,740 lumens has an efficacy of 17 4 lumens per watt The average incandescent lamp typically falls in the 10-25 lumens per watt range
An electrical lamp in which the filament radiates visible light when heated in a vacuum by an electrical current
- A lamp in which light is produced by a filament heated to illumination by an electric current
n. An electric lamp in which a filament is heated to incandescence by an electric current. Any of various devices that produce light by heating a suitable material to a high temperature. In an electric incandescent lamp, or lightbulb, a filament is enclosed in a glass shell that is either evacuated or filled with an inert gas. The filament gives off light when heated by an electric current. The first practical electric incandescent lamps were independently produced in the late 1870s by Joseph Swan and Thomas Alva Edison. Edison has received the major credit because of his development of the power lines and other equipment needed for a lighting system. Inefficient in comparison with fluorescent lamps and electric discharge lamps, incandescent lighting is today reserved mainly for domestic use. See also halogen lamp
a light source that generates light utilizing a thin filament wire (usually of tungsten) heated to white heat by an electric current passing through it
A lamp employing an electrically charged metal filament that glows at white heat A typical light bulb
an electric lamp consisting essentially of a glass or quartz bulb evacuated or filled with an inert gas in which a filament, commonly of tungsten, gives off light when it is heated to incandescence by an electric current
An incandescent lamp
glowlamp
incandescent lamp

    الواصلة

    in·can·des·cent lamp

    التركية النطق

    înkındesınt lämp

    النطق

    /ˌənkənˈdesənt ˈlamp/ /ˌɪnkənˈdɛsənt ˈlæmp/

    كلمة اليوم

    lee
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